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Here's how to discover the delights of this mighty river in style, aboard American Queen Steamboat Company and American Cruise Lines.
Travel Agent sailed from Detroit to Toronto this past week on Victory Cruise Lines' Victory I and spoke with John Waggoner, president and CEO, Victory Cruise Lines. Check out our first-hand observations and slide show.
Following the line's acquisition by American Queen Steamboat Company, the new Ocean Victory will sail Alaska itineraries starting in May 2021. Here's a quick preview.
American Countess’s stern was stubbed to the bow, 13 months before its debut in April 2020. Check out more.
The American Countess is slated to make its debut in April 2020. Check out more.
North Americans not eager to hop on an international flight and risk delays and flight woes, or simply feeling more comfortable staying closer to home, are re-discovering American rivers and the Great Lakes. Here's what's new for this year and beyond.
A sail along the Nile or a safari cruise on Lake Kariba offer adventure and wildlife, while many voyages in the Americas take in culture, natural wonders and a diverse menu.
The river cruise segment was up 23 percent last year, with the overall number of passengers up by 2.3 percent. Read more here.
This summer, Victory Cruise Lines will offer its first two itineraries since it has joined American Queen Steamboat Company. Learn the details of these sailings here.
At a recent event in New York, American Queen Steamboat Company Chairman and CEO John Waggoner shared the company’s latest plans for the Victory I and Victory II, two Great Lakes-based ships the company acquired along with Victory Cruise Lines. Find out more.